Communication – yes, it is important.

I make no secret.  I love to communicate with people.

When it comes to David, I like to receive as much as I can via email, as it lets me have a documented record of what facilities and I see to each other.


If my son has done something that necessitates intervention by the on-call nurse, I don’t care if you have to drill a hole to the center of the earth.  I want you to call me and tell me about it.

Seriously.  Something like that is not what a parent should be hearing about via email.

The facility is taking corrective measures to ensure it doesn’t happen again.

Yes, I was upset.  But he is okay.  And frankly his safety and well-being is all that matters.

Communicate people.  I would rather have you tell me that you have no idea what to do next, than be kept in the dark.



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